Imperial Cities Of Morocco
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Meet and greet at Casablanca Mohamed V airport, then transfer to the hotel. Arrive at the hotel and check-in. In Casablanca, spend the night in a hotel. (D)
Today, take a sightseeing trip to Casablanca, the kingdom's business hub. The Medina, Mohammed V Square, United Nations Square, Central Market, Habbous Quarter, Royal Palace, Anfa residential district, and the exterior view of the famous Hassan II Mosque and the Ain Diab Cornice surrounded by swimming pools and culinary restaurants will all be visible from your coach. Departure in the afternoon for Rabat, Morocco's administrative capital. Tour of the "Imperial Garden City" and its prominent attractions, including Oudayas Garden, Hassan Tower, and the Mausoleum. You'll also discover the Mechouar's ramparts and walls that encircle the Royal Palace Arrival at the hotel in the late afternoon for check-in. In Rabat, spend the night in a hotel. (B and D)
This morning, travel to Meknes for a tour of this "Moroccan Versailles," which was founded by Moulay Ismail, a contemporary of Louis XIV, towards the end of the 17th century. Bab El Mansour, Morocco's most beautiful entryway, is well worth seeing. The holy city of Meknes or Moulay Idriss, or the remains of Volubilis. Continue to FES and check- into your accommodation. At Fes, spend the night in a motel. (B and D)
Fes, the oldest of the Imperial Cities, will be the focus of the whole day. , which is well-known in Moroccan culture for its spiritual and educational achievements. A visit to the Medina of the Middle Ages. You'll also visit the famed souks, where artisans continue to practise an age-old eastern custom. Lunch is served at your leisure. In the afternoon, continue touring. At Fes, spend the night in a motel. (B and D)
Early morning wake-up call and breakfast, then travel for Marrakech via Immouzer du Kandar, a Berber town, Ifrane, a lovely ski resort, and Azrou, a Berber community famed for its handicraft cooperative, which specialises in wood carving and carpet weaving.
The journey continues to Marrakech. Check-in at the hotel at the end of the afternoon. At Marrakech, spend the night in a hotel. (B and D)
The entire day will be spent touring the city.
Marrakech is the second-oldest Imperial City in the world and the undisputed "Pearl of the South." Marrakech, a verdant oasis nestled at the foot of the snow-capped Atlas Mountains, was founded by the Almoravides at the end of the 11th century. The famed Saadian Tombs, Menara Gardens, Koutoubia Mosque, and Bahia Palace will all be seen. Continue touring the souks and the famed Jemaa El Fna plaza after lunch at leisure. At Marrakech, spend the night in a hotel. (B and D)
You'll have the morning to do anything you like, whether it's shopping in the wonderful souks or simply resting by your hotel's pool. In Marrakech, have a leisurely lunch. Travel to Casablanca, Morocco, where you will spend the night. Overnight at the Casablanca hotel (B and D)
Check out of the hotel this morning and head to the airport for your return flight. (B)